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Robert Mueller, appointed by the Department of Justice as special counsel to investigate the Trump campaign – Russia connection, is looking into whether any crimes have been committed by Mr. Trump, his family, or subordinates. Many people may be hazy on what would happen if and when Mr. Mueller identifies one or more prosecutable offenses. I have put together an “informed citizen’s guide to the obstacles that stand between Mueller deciding that a crime was committed and either impeachment of President Trump or prosecution of any Trump-linked suspects.” It was published in Slate yesterday at the link below.
Not So Fast Special Counsel: All the ways Robert Mueller’s investigation of Donald Trump might be tripped up before it reaches the finish line.
Readers might find it informative.
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